Our pelvic floor is an essential part of the wellbeing of men and women. I would go as far as to say, it is our breath of life. As you know, by now, I don't take anything for granted, and my pelvic floor is no exception. We need to understand it, and keep it toned, so that it can contract and relax and do exactly what it's structured to do. And, like all muscles, we need to work with it, so we don't lose it's raison d'être. We will be sure to adore our pelvic floor, no embarrassment just breath and connection with some wonderful Pilates moves, to boot. All sessions will be full body as always.
The usual schedule continues this week - Room Classes Mondays 7 am, 8 am, 930 am. Tuesdays 10 am, 11 am. Wednesdays 8 am, 930 am, (1030 am Chair) at All Saints West Dulwich. Easy from West Dulwich, West Norwood, Tulse Hill and Dulwich. Just come, particularly if you're feeling stiff, need to heal something, and definitely if you're feeling fabulous.
Please don't come if you're unwell, we are collectively maintaining a germ free environment for the benefit of us all. All equipment is sanitised.
Monday 23rd at 11 am over Zoom Chair Barre Stand https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85362237634
Tuesday 24th 8 am over Zoom Matwork https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83596189711
Thursday 26th 8 am over Zoom Matwork https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84374043037
Thursday 26th (1042nd!) 9 am over Zoom Matwork https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89178675249
Thursday 26th 10 am over Zoom Chair Barre Stand https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87802819507
Classes at the Royal Academy of Dance Monday 23rd January 2023 at 1250, third of an eleven week term in the Linbury, no session on 13th February. The new cafe on site is fab.
And finally, and always, Online Sessions available 24/7
Contact me if you want to join us in West Dulwich, over Zoom, at the Academy, or Online.
Thank you all; roomers, zoomers, dancers and onliners, for your prompt payments.
Breathe Connect Move
"Watch a cat, as it lazily opens its eyes, slowly looks around, and gradually prepares to rise after a nap. First, it gradually rises on its hindquarters and then gradually lowers itself again, at the same time sprawling out on the floor, leisurely stretching its forepaws (with extended claws) and legs. Observe closely how all its back muscles actually ripple as it stretches and relaxes itself.... Observe, too, how cats sleep - utterly relaxed whether they happen to be lying on their back, side or belly, Contrology exercises emphasize the need for this constant stretching and relaxing"
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